Person    | Male  Born 1857  Died 1937

Samuel Bickersteth

Committee chairman. Because of the unusual surname, it is almost certain that he was the same Reverend Samuel Bickersteth who had been vicar of Leeds, Lewisham and nearby Crofton Park. 

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Samuel Bickersteth

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